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ONSITE FACILITIES & SERVICES

Ensuite with Bath/Shower
3-course Dinner
Linen Provided
Secure Parking
Toiletries
Microwave
Airport Transfers
No smoking in Rooms
Safe
Braai area

LANGUAGES

Afrikaans
English
Zulu

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FACILITIES

Bird Watching
Squash
Game Viewing
Golf
Pool/Billiards Table

ATTRACTIONS

Moffat Mission - 1 km
The Eye - 1 km
Billie Duvenhage Game Reserve - 2 km
Wonderwerk Caves - 30 km
Augrabies - 100 km
Kathu Mines - 50 km
Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park - 100 km
Boesmansgat - 50 km

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Kuru-Kuru Guest House

South Africa, Northern Cape, Kalahari & Diamond Fields, Kuruman,
Guest House Accommodation in Kuruman
Price Per Person Per Night from R320 to R420
* Prices subject to change without prior notice.
Kuru-Kuru Guest House Description
Situated in the garden town of Kuruman in the beautiful Kalahari, Kuru-Kuru Guest House is known for it’s warm hospitality and excellent cuisine. We have six individually decorated rooms, all containing: · Private entrances · en-suite bathrooms · Aircon · Fans/ heat in winter · Microwaves · Fridge/ Freezers · Coffee / Tea Making Facilities · DSTV · Irons/ Ironing Boards Self-Catering Units are also available. Secure Parking is available behind an electronic gate and close to rooms Braai areas on the premises, as well as a pool table and library. Our restaurant serves a scrumptious full breakfast, whilst lunch and dinner are available on request.
AREA INFORMATION
Only 478km from central Johannesburg, Kuruman is known as the oasis of the Kalahari, with it’s natural fountain in the centre of town delivering around 20 million litres of crystal clear water daily. Commonly known as “The Eye” legend tells, that any who drink from it’s clear spring may never wish to leave Kuruman again. Robert Moffat, Scottish missionary, who translated the Bible into Tswana, lived here for 50 years. World-famous explorer, David Livingstone, lost his heart here to the daughter of the Reverend Moffat. On the main route between Gauteng and Namibia, and Cape Town via Upington, this area is an ideal stop over for weary travellers, hunters,amateur geologists or Kalahari explorers. Stay over with us en route to the Augrabies, Kgalagadi National Park, the Wild Flowers or come and stay for a week, a month and explore the Kalahari.
Kuru-Kuru Guest House Directions
GPS Coordinates DMS -27° 27’ 7.0956 LATITUDE 23° 25’ 51.329 LONGITUDE Directions: Kuru-Kuru is situated on the R31, which is the Daniëlskuil—Kuruman —Hotazel route. From Vryburg, turn right at the first robot in Kuruman; proceed over a stop street and next robot. Continue over two stop streets. At the third stop (Cashbuild on your right), turn left before the park, and then right into Buckle Street. Kuru-Kuru is located on your left on the second corner, directly opposite the park. Please report to the reception in Buckle Street. It is 1.1 km from the Kuruman Main Street robot to the first turn off opposite Cashbuild. From Kathu, turn left at the first robot in Kuruman; proceed over a stop street and next robot. Continue over two stop streets. At the third stop (Cashbuild on your right), turn left before the park, and then right into Buckle Street. Kuru-Kuru is located on your left on the second corner, directly opposite the park. Please report to the reception in Buckle Street.
Kuru-Kuru Side view Bedroom Dining Room Self catering Braai Area Reception Restaurant